Czech Tennis Star Fires At Serena Williams for US Open Behavior

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Serena Williams Speaks Out, Says She Didn’t Get Coaching in US Open Final

The Grand Slam champion made a decision to join Nissan because she looks up to the brand's strong Japanese DNA and competitive spirit. She reached her first Women's Tennis Association (WTA) finals two years later at the 2016 Toray Pan Pacific Open, and in 2017, beat defending champion Angelique Kerber in the first round of the U.S. Open. She stole Naomi Osaka's glory as she so frequently does from opponents who start beating her.

Discussing her meltdown in a preview clip on The Sunday Project, the 23-time grand slam champion insisted she did not receive help from coach Patrick Mouratoglou.

Serena Williams talked about her fashion business, not tennis fouls, during an appearance before a business convention in Las Vegas.

Ramos deducted Williams a game for her third violation, verbal abuse, and the America was fined £13,000 ($17,000) for her actions after the final.

"I didn't say "stupid umpire", I said "stupid umpiring".

Serena Williams remains adamant she did not receive coaching during the U.S. open, despite her coach admitting otherwise.

She accused the umpire of sexism because he treated her harshly, and said that a man wouldn't have received the same treatment. He then penalized her for breaking the racket and arguing with him.

Although it is impossible to prove whether Ramos was being pedantic or sexist during Saturday's final, it is true that he has never penalised a player a game in such a high-stakes match. She asserted, "I have never cheated in my life!" "Coaching on every point should be allowed in tennis. You owe me an apology".

"Growing up, my dad drove a Nissan, so being able to be a brand ambassador now, it feels like I've come full circle", she said Thursday at the company's headquarters in Yokohama, according to Reuters. "You're a thief too".

"I didn't get coaching", Williams said multiple times.

Serena Williams comforts US Open victor Naomi Osaka of Japan.

And fans call her a great role model. "I'm grateful that people care or sympathise but I don't really think there was anything to be sad about", said Osaka, who has risen from 19th to seventh in the new world rankings.

And spare a thought for the poor umpire Carlos Ramos who had to be escorted off the court by security and was prevented from receiving his umpire's medal at the prize ceremony.

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